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Nissan Announces 2015-MY Fleet Incentives

July 08, 2014

Photo of 2015 Altima courtesy of Nissan.
Photo of 2015 Altima courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan has announced fleet incentives for its 2015 model-year cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs.

For its passenger cars, Nissan is offering $500 for the Versa subcompact sedan; $500 for the Versa Note hatchback; $500 for the Sentra compact car; and $1,000 for the Altima mid-size sedan. Nissan is not offering an incentive for the LEAF battery-electric vehicle or Z sports car.

For its trucks, Nissan is offering $1,000 for the mid-size Frontier and $2,000 for the Titan large pickup.

For its vans, Nissan is offering $1,000 for the Quest minivan; $1,800 for the NV cargo and passenger vans; and $1,250 for the NV200 compact cargo van. Nissan is not offering an incentive for the NV200 Taxi.

For its SUVs, Nissan is offering $1,000 for the Pathfinder mid-size SUV; $1,500 for the Xterra compact SUV; $500 for the Juke compact SUV; $500 for the Rogue Select compact SUV; and $2,000 for the Armada large SUV. Nissan is not offering an incentive for the Rogue or Murano mid-size SUV, which has been redesigned for 2015.

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